Unfortunately, our website is currently unavailable in most European countries.We are engaged on the issue and committed to looking at options that support our full range of digital offerings to the EU market.Evans, CNN’s first female executive vice president, presents women with tactics on how to accomplish this.She also covers some common challenges and myths around building female power-networks, showing businesswomen how transform their lone-wolf tendencies into powerful pack behavior.The book empowers in the sense that it underlines what women can do to improve their own lot. (see #2) tells you what not to do, How to Say It For Women shows you how to do it right.Mindell’s action plans and real-life stories inspire women to learn strong, simple communication techniques.
Though the book only covers female business owners (as opposed to those who made their fortunes climbing the corporate ladder), it illustrates success patterns useful to the average Josephine—especially if she hasn’t already read the (very similar) “Millionaire Next Door.” by Carolyn Kepcher Kepcher tells her life story as an executive and family woman in this brief and often humorous book.
That game, according to Evans, involves being competitive, goal-oriented, and operating under an assumption of success.
Women, taught to enjoy the process of working together and seek approval, are at an innate disadvantage.
Women will forsake an opportunity to negotiate if it means avoiding conflict.
This hurts individual women in the long run, as they forsake additional money, prestige, or other benefits.